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Author Topic: Dragon's Lair Interviews you may have missed  (Read 1929 times)
Sydric
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« on: February 03, 2012, 12:19:49 PM »


Hey folks I just wanted you to be aware of two interviews about Dragon's Lair that you might have missed over the years. I just posted them to YouTube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nna73OEOj3s

This one is around 14 minutes long and was on the "Screen Savers" - a great old Tech TV program. Leo Laporte talks to Rick, Gary and Don. Starts out with the background and history of the original and then moves on to DL3D.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCGaD_Ac0Ro

This one aired on The Electric Playground (aka EP Daily) which is a Canadian television show about gaming--actually it's the longest running TV show about video games in the world! Tommy Tallarico (Video Games Live) used to be a host and interviews Rick, Don and Gary and again - the first part is about the original Dragon's Lair and the second is about the "upcoming" Dragon's Lair 3D.

Enjoy Dragon's Lair fans - hopefully this is all "new" material for some of you Smiley

Syd Bolton (Personal Computer Museum   http://www.pcmuseum.ca)
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« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2012, 07:31:41 PM »

Hi Syd,

Woow, many thanks for sharing these two new videos! New material for sure!  Smiley
I see your 'DL' website (http://www.pixelpower.on.ca/dl/INDEX.HTM) is now updated  Smiley I remember checked it loooooong time ago  Wink

A warm welcome to you here, Syd.

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